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Thanksgiving Prepping

Thanksgiving Prepping

We had several friends over for dinner tonight for a pre-Thanksgiving Thanksgiving…It made we want to look up some quotes that I had looked up a few years ago.

“If ‘thank you’ is the only prayer you say, that will be enough.”–Meister Eckhart

“Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes of which all men have some.”–Charles Dickens

“Of all the “attitudes” we can acquire, surely the attitude of gratitude is the most important and by far the most life-changing.”–Zig Ziglar

“One of life’s gifts is that each of us,...

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Are You Really Pro-Life [Part 2]

Are You Really Pro-Life [Part 2]

If you who haven’t had a chance to check out part one, you can find it here or here. For the big changes that...

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When Engaging with an Antagonist

When Engaging with an Antagonist

Why do I keep on going back?

I’ve repeatedly vowed to distance myself from the current soap box cyberspace when certain “discussions” turn south. It’s...

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How to Move Mountains

How to Move Mountains

Lao Tzu – the ancient mystic Chinese philosopher (how’s that for a title) – is quoted having said: “A journey of a thousand miles...

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The Wholeness Diagram

The Wholeness Diagram

I’ve got two kids. My wife does too. They are the same ones. They couldn’t be more different.

I don’t remember doing anything different trying...

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A Pen and a Bike

A Pen and a Bike

I was driving on the Parkway last Tuesday. It was raining, foggy, with poor visibility. I rounded this turn and came across a guy...

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Humanism

Humanism

Hello out there, lovely reader. Today I want to talk with you about humanism and how dangerous it can be when it gets confused...

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Locked Down: When God Puts the World on Bedrest

Locked Down: When God Puts the World on Bedrest

When I was pregnant with my first child, I had a rare complication at 24 weeks.  I had a placental abruption that placed my...

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Love for Extroverts in the Age of Corona

Love for Extroverts in the Age of Corona

I really don’t want anyone’s pity out there, but this Corona Virus is tough on us extroverts, especially us extroverts whose love language is...

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What is Love?

What is Love?

February is the month of love.  We have teenagers in the house, so I get to see love through their eyes.  They have helped...

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